69 year-old Charolotte Tidwell has been working six days a week, and even using her own pension money, to feed 7,000 people a month in her hometown of Fort Smith, Arkansas.
The town has suffered from businesses closing, layoffs at the chicken factory, and low wages, and Tidwell serves a half million meals a year to families and the elderly.
The retired nurse grew up in poverty and learned from her mother how to serve others in a “compassionate and respectful way.”
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Story tip from Steve G.